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unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> how would you like to be the astros? you lose two straight in san francisco, and then you get to see the guy that threw a perfect game against you last time out, and that would be matt cain looking to maintain astro o ownage, and he is delivering opposite field, and make it 1-0 giants. the giants get two in that first inning. and top four, it's a 2-1 game. and here comes the astros. chris johnson, and we are tied at 2 a piece. but matt cain would settle down, and posey would continue to deliver. and that knock there brings home sandoval. and it was the right decision, and the panda is in and it's 3-2, and back to cain in the sixth, and moore gets less, and martinez. one of the runs there for cain was earned. and then a strikeout and a groundout, and giants win it 3-2, and they finish off the sweep of houston. >>> how about those a's looking to sweep the twins in minnesota, and they continue to play long ball with reckles
. >>> roger federer is back on top and a wild scene between rangers and twins and had nothing to do with the game. you're watching "early today." >>> very good morning to you. welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of our top headlines this morning. u.s. military officials confirmed six american soldiers were killed in afghanistan yesterday. they died in the blast of an improvised explosive device in wardak. >>> they are still counting vote in libya's first parliamentary election since the fall of "morning jom moammar gadhafi. they are calling for those to create a grand coalition government. >>> in egypt, the new islamist president morsi is ordering parliament to reconvene. the parliament was dissolved last month after an order from a military-backed court. >>> in jordan, a heated debate on tv became violent when a lawmaker threw a shoe at another politician and then pulled awe gun. the host of the debate separated the two men and there were no injuries. >>> and in china, a blindfolded acrobat walking backwards survived a fall off a tight rope. at tha
session detects welds. and twin odometers let crews know where to dig later, pg&e will pick up a line on friday and this cost is $1.5 million. >> over time, this ability modifications as we make launchers and receivers require expenses and that is a discussion that it will be had with the cpuc in terms of how ultimately those modifications and improvements get paid for. >> pg&e is working with fire agencies, milpitas fire chief said he welcomes this technology but is mess sured in whether he thinks it will lead to greater safety and confidence. >> as we know with levels of technology we need to take the baby steps and we need to ensure that the data is analyzed correctly. >> pg&e will spend $10 million to scan 206 miles of pipeline this year, that is only a fraction of the 1200 miles in the network. >> thank you. >> and there is sandhya patel with the accuweather update. >> and i hope you're ready for heat. because things are about to get uncomfortable here. this is july and this evening, foggy at the coast. upper 50s to upper 70s there is hot conditions inland. you can see temperatur
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webster side agents ignored warning signs. >>> turning to sports, the oriels rally past the twins for another win. pitching has been a problem but chen changed that last night. he went 7 innings and only gave up 3 runs. his strong performance was fuelled after mark reynolds slams a two run single in the 8th. the oriels take the win 4-3 splitting the series with the twins. saturday night the o's and indians play at 7:00 live right here on wjz 13. >>> let's take a look at first warning doppler weather radar. we had those heavy, heavy rainstorms move through the area during the dinner hours and then we had -- believe it or not, that was more scattered than effecting a wide area during the dinner hours. during the bedtime hours and the over night we had area wide rain which now sits off to the east. more on its way later. take a look at the temperature on tv hill right now, 73. that's 4 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. at lunch still 79 on its way to a high of only 82 with the afternoon, evening and frankly all the way through tomorrow periods of rain, maybe a couple of thunde
this commotion during the rangers and twins day. >>> and we managed to finish on a cool note, be prepared for changes, pleasantton, getting into the low 90s. by the middle part of the week, 100 degrees, the full forecast is coming up in just moments [ horn honks ] ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the moist, chewy, deliciousness you desire. mmmm. thanks. at 90 calories, the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. galiardi. >>> extreme weather in texas tonight as lightning struck dangerously close to rangers ballpark in arlington, there as you saw the runners running for cover. the cameras went black for a moment as the loud crack went through the stadium during the rangers-twins game today. the officials say it was most likely caused by an electrical surge, the game was temporarily delayed. they were kind of scared. >>> and today, storms in texas and new mexico, in the area, flying debris killed a 28-year-old woman sitting in her car in a grocery store parking lot. >>> and in new jersey, a woman is in critical condition after being
will attend a barrel their father was killed when his twin-engine can ship went down during the vietnam war. five other men were inside the remains of five buried inside a single coffin. large numbers of starving pelican's turned up on california impeaches what life experts are doing their best to save them another pelican was delivered to what rescue this afternoon anne mackovic tells us the growing number of birds in distressed is taxing rescue workers. >>> and an ocean bird purgatory 40 mi. from the coast and these are the lucky ones injured by fishing lines are unable to find food are brought here to international bird rescue in court yet. >>> five years ago 25 pelicans and appear per year, they have seen 95 this year and 40¢ july 1st most are babies. >>> we are seeing they're begging food from people they are starving. >>> pelicans recently moved off the endangered species last bird experts think this could be survival of the fittest. >>> the common with other injuries, fractures or fishing " injuries that have to have surgery which is a big expense >>> each pelican need 7 lbs. of fis
holmes. >> and i'm ken wayne. police have asked the fbi to get involved in the break-in at twin peaks. debora villalon found out what has people so concerned. >> reporter: city workers discovered it this morning, someone cut a hole in that link chain and snuck in. it was a security breech that brought investigators to the radio towers today. vandals cut a hole in this fence to get inside the perimeter. they did not make it into the building but were able to cut some exposed cables. possibly air-conditioning. >> i just thought that some of the smaller wires were cut but no essential city services were impacted. >> reporter: san francisco police and fire as well as emergency services rely on radio transmissions from twin peaks. none were interrupted. but the fbi was notified because this communication facility is so essential. >> police, fire, medical, public works, utilities things like that. so, exactly what wires were cut and what they went to, i don't know. >> reporter: and no materials such as wiring or metal are missing. police say it appears to be malicious mischief, the motive u
bridge and trying to get up over twin peeks. later on, it will get over twin peeks. sot forecast model for fog tomorrow morning, look at that push. right in the gap. you have fog pushing and beyond. you have fog through the san bruno gap. i don't know if it will get that far, but that's all you need to kill the spare the air day. that goes away tomorrow. the high fire danger goes down and temperatures trend down. then the afternoon you'll see that cool bite. that's the afternoon forecast high. temperatures in the bay area significantly cooler. you'll notice it tomorrow. the marine layer is stretching out. that helps air quality and cools things off. the marine layer doesn't say stretched out tomorrow, it stays stretched out for a few days. i think we'll see the marine layer into next week. it's deeper than average. inland temperature, i don't see that much heat coming our way. it will warm up on sunday. 77 in san mateo. five-day forecast, there it is. i warm it up on sunday. monday, it cools down into tuesday. >> thank you, bill. >>> a ground breaking bay area journalist receives spec
. they are now a game-and-a-half behind the first place tigers, and return to the cell to play the twins tonight. that's a look at sports. your live illinois lottery drawing is next. good afternoon. here are the winning pick three numbers: 6 8 8 here are the winning pick four numbers: 2 2 8 1 the mega-millions jackpot is up to $45 million ok! who gets occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas or bloating? get ahead of it! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap a day helps defend against digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. hit me! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. [ female announcer ] with swiffer dusters, a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done... i'm going to read one of these. i'm going to read one of these! [ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags swiffer 360 dusters extender gets into hard to reach places so you can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your m
. behind me, our east bay cam, looking at the twin towers in oakland. they're clearing out after the low overcast this morning. live doppler 7hd picking up a lot of that dense fog just sitting near the coast. it's just hugging the coastside here. we're taking a look at this. starting to pull a. from the marin headlands. the marin side of the golden gate bridge seeing some sunshine right now, about it extends down, daly city to half moon bay, even stretching over towards san bruno. a little west onshore wind component. and 12 degrees down. livermore down 11. down 14 in san car loss, half moon bay, little sunshine earlier in the day. actually came up two degrees. here's a look at the current readings right now. we have 90 in antioch. 87 in concord. 75 in san rafael. fremont, 76. 72, san jose. san francisco, 57 degrees. so, here's a look at our highlights. low clouds at the coast and bay tonight. but warming trend will begin tomorrow, and then get ready for hot temperatures inland by mid-week, temperatures rising, mid-90s to near 100 degrees. overnight, with the fog and coast, mid-to-upper
. >> is it enough to beat the twins? we have more next in sports. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good night for the orioles. >> things straightened out. you play 162 baseball games, and no doubt some of them are ugly. that's how the team played today in minnesota. he's talking about baseball, not a beauty contest. we're always talking about pitching. chris tillman was terrible to start the series. hunter outstanding last night. they would witness a good outing from chen. he allowed two runs in the first inning. only one more after that. that's quality. oriole hitters had a terrible time knocking in runs. reynolds had a chance to change what was an ugly day. didn't hit it hard but got the job done. two runs scored to put the oh os on top and they stayed there for a 4-3 victory. finally a clutch hit to win the game. >> it's frustrating. like i said, i was able to get one in there and give us the lead. >> referring to the orioles relief pitchers who finished the job, jim johnson got the final 3 outs. second straight well-pitch game. that's a two-game winning streak on the road. the road trip c
the mayor flew his own twin engine plane over the search area in hopes of spotting any evidence that could help investigators. what are you looking for with your eyes? >> just anything out of place. any colors, you know, maybe there would be some clothing or something like that. >> reporter: on the ground, six long days of frantic searching by hundreds of volunteers and police investigations have turned up nothing. and misty morrissey, mother of 10-year-old lyric cook, is losing patience. >> we are still stuck with a lack of evidence and no girls. and who wants to go weeks, you know, not knowing where their children are? >> the first week is extremely important. beyond the first super critical 24 hours, every day counts. >> reporter: and so, here, there's a sense that investigators are truly working against the clock. the family says the girl's grandmother was sitting for them last friday when shortly after 12:00 noon, they went on a bike ride around the neighborhood. >> they asked me to go for a short bike ride. and they just never came back. >> reporter: investigators know that so much d
neither. they're not sure if they're dealing with one cat or twins. double fun. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning, lynn. >> it's freakish but it's cute. >> cute? double-faced isn't cute? >>> good morning. warm conditions to deal with. thankfully in areas of kentucky we're getting some rain and also into west virginia. they've also been very dry. even our friends out there in areas of utah and also nevada getting some welcomed rainfall. haven't had much out there either. we're dry this morning thankfully around houston. we've had enough the last two mornings. we will see more scattered showers and storms later today. >>> as far as the forecast goes, areas of the east coast are looking very warm today. areas like boston are going to be aushlgd 89 degrees. detroit and chicago right around 88 to 91. so there is a lot of warm air out there. that's not going to be an issue whatsoever. as far as forecast goes, as far as dallas and minneapolis, they'll
's not sure if they're dealing with one cat or conjoined twins. i said kind of cute. bill, i don't know if you're sold on that. for the weather i say bill -- >> you say cute to freakishly adorable. are we flip-flopping here? >> we're starting this morning off rather quiet. temperatures are very warm. everyone is in the 70s for the most part across much of the country. we are watching 78 in san antonio, 76 in minneapolis. it's another mild july start to the day. we will see areas of rain today. we desperately need it. the new drought report came in yesterday. the drought continues to expand across the country and continues to get across from missouri to illinois to eindiana. this morning a soaking rain and a few storms and minneapolis. the humid air is going to be the story. it's been a very dry period. i'm sure you noticed it, very comfortable going outside from the great lakes to new england. that's going to come toed and as a humid air comes the east coast. with it rainfall chances. rain from lexington to charleston, west virginia. it's another dry day from the midwest, cleveland, detroit, b
, frugal. >> i want you to pick up the cup you've been carrying around. they're matching cups. >> twins. >> that's all i use. >> keeps it cold. and it's cheap. cheap. >> reporter: the siegels offered filmmake lauren greenfield full access. >> it took me a while to fall in love with him. >> reporter: not just into their home, but also into their prickly marriage. >> does our marriage give you strength? >> no. >> yes, it does. >> he's a liar. >> does it give you strength? >> no. >> he's honest. >> motivation. >> reporter: but it seemed to come crashing down in 2008. >> the market fell 700 points. >> reporter: the bottom fell out of the market. >> i would say it's touch and go right now. >> reporter: greenfield's cameras were there to capture it. >> we don't talk about financial problems. >> reporter: the siegels had to stop construction for three year, putting versailles on the market. >> david siegel already wants to sell. >> reporter: cutting back on servants. they already have four or five nannies and shopping. >> obviously, when money was in demand, we had to cut back on our personal
, the giants complete a perfect series against houston, the a's do the same in the twin cities. another fantastic performance by you can see >> almost a month ago to the team that team was perfect against the astros. would history repeat at at&t park? today, big day for buster posey. a bases loaded walk. 2-0. cain's perfection lasted two innings. third innings, the throw off brandon bell's foot and a run is scored. chris johnson directing the newscast, nobody to be con identified with houston's chris johnson. bottom five, posey, a three-hit day. singles to center. here comes sandoval. he will get home. 3-2 giants. they complete the three-game sweep and play in atlanta on tuesday. >> the a's are feeling good about themselves when the pull the buckle gum on the hat prank with a member of the coaching staff. four homers last night, four today. cespedes, 11th. carter, 434-foot bomb. three home runs in the frame. first time the a's have done that since 2008. 11 years since a's smacked four homers in back-to-back bays. how about them a's? the win completes the sweep. oakland three games abov
or conjoined twins. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. that will haunt you all day. >> i'll speak for everyone that has just seen that video and say we all could have done without it. >> i totally disagree. i think it's freakishly adorable. >> when i go to bed tonight -- >> the other half who might be saying double the cuteness. >> the other half, the other 1% maybe? >> possibly .5%. >> friday the 13th video brought to you by lynn. good morning, everyone. timely i get to use my storm tracker radar in southern california of all polices. areas of heavy rain moving through locations that don't get a lot of wet weather this time of year. los angeles, you look like you're dry going south on i-5. we are getting some rain here. we have some lightening strikes by high land and yuka valley. interstate 40 if you're heading up towards vegas, you'll be dodging some storms. all the green showing rain. this is where some thunderstorms were. for the most part they were in the desert area. they may sneak up to th
of our twin reports on the contrasting fortunes of chinese citizens. when hu jintao steps down from the top political job later this year, he will hand down an economic growth rate that is the envy of the world. but there is also in equity and social problems caused by migrant laborers working hundreds of miles from their homes. we have their story in the second of this special report. >> for all its achievements, china's leadership has failed in two major respects. the country's huge inequalities of actually gotten worse and the rule of law is far too weak. a fortnight ago, this place in south beijing was a thriving suburb. then, without warning, the bulldozers arrived. there will be little compensation and no legal redress. his lifelong home was here. he had a good job. he supported the government. now he has lost everything. he believes it is all down to a corrupt property deal. >> no one has shown as a single legal documents showing us the permission to demolish this area. all i want is a legal process. >> that is all these people want too. they come to a government office in be
, you can see that players scurrying at the rangers/twins game in arlington texas. that storm caused a 45 minute delay. the rangers went on to win. both tracks of the green line reopened just in time for this morning's rush hour. the derailment in prince george's county is being blamed on the heat. it took all weekend to prepare the 1,000 foot section of damaged track near hyattsville. and a stretch near billy that buckled under the heat, crews worked overnight to repair the road. and we have seen people using umbrellas to shield themselves from the sun. now you might need one to keep you dry. i think a lot of people have prayed for rain for these cooler temperatures. >> the ground is getting a little crunchy outside the area ones are a mixture of crack -- brown and green. right now not much in terms of rain. a little shower just south of denton, md.. even in shenandoah county, along interstate 81, just a few sprinkles. temperature-wide, in the district, 77. at leesburg for a change, it is noon and we are not talking about 90 degrees. 85-90 and partial sunshine. the vast majority of
and fire as well as emergency services rely on radio transmission from twin peak. none were interrupted. but the fbi was notified because this communication system is so crucial. it illustrates the point this radio hub in such a public place does have some vulnerable. live from san francisco i'm tara moriarty. >>> time now 5:32. police in livermore investigating the discovery of -- discovery of a body found inside a hotel room. it was found at the double tree hotel. the body is that of a man in his 40s. we don't know his name though. police say this is a suspicious death and they are still investigating the cause of his death. >>> convicted killer hans reiser will begin representing himself in this suit brought on by his children. the judge has admonished reiser about his statements and his behavior in the courtroom. in 2006 reiser was found guilty of killing his wife nina and hiding her body in the oakland hills. their children are asking for $25 million in damages. >>> 5:33. a man accused of firing shots at a benicia police officer after a car chase is facing several charges. the ktvu
the investigation into an unusual case of vandalism. it involved a building on twin peaks in san francisco. and tara moriarty says it had the potential to cripple much of san francisco's emergency communications system. tara. >> reporter: this radio hub is in a very public place. anyone can walk, bike, and drive up here. it illustrates the point it has vulnerable. why would someone want to break into the perimeter. it happened yesterday morning around 9:00 when city workers discovered that vandals had cut a hole into a chain link fence and slipped inside. they didn't make it into the building but they were able to cut exposed cables possibly connecting air conditioning. >> nothing was stolen. none of the wiring was pulled out and stolen. right now it's being treated as a vandalism. >> reporter: san francisco police and fire as well as emergency services rely on radio transmissions from twin peaks. none were interrupted but the fbi was notified because this communications facility is so crucial. right now officials are using surveillance footage to see if it provides clues to who did this. >>> new th
to fill the gaps. >> it is time for the plight of the day, we go to minnesota for the twins and the orioles. adam jones is looking to drive in a couple but instead is robbed, what a great grab. a look at his eyes, he gets horizontal and a nice stretch and catch. the twins clobbered them 19/7, mr. ravigote the plate of the day. >> bad news for csu students. big cuts could be decided on today. >> firefighters getting an upper hand on the robbers fire. why they're not clear just yet? >> and alameda county fire spokesperson says it was a pot left unattended on a stove that started a fire at an apartment complex here in newark.,,,,,,,,, >> you are watching cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning. >> good morning everyone, is tuesday july 17th. >> it is 6:30 a.m. on this tuesday, new this morning and east bay apartment fire forced 20 people out of their homes overnight. >> the red cross was called to help them last night and lisa washington is in you were aware that fire apparently started on top of a stove. >> that is right, the alameda county fire spokesperson said it was a pot left
their industry but could destroy it. >>> and more details now on the delta water plan. those giant twin tunnels would run through the delta between sacramento and tracy. and the pumps would be at the northern end. now, it is estimated that the tunnels would divert 9,000 cubic feet of water per second. >>> the governor's water plan is getting some swift push back from washington. at a news conference on capitol hill, groups criticized the idea, saying that twin tunnels would reduce the sacramento river to a trickle. they also say the governor did not consult enough with northern californians before he unveiled the plan. >> i'm worried that what is now starting to build as momentum to get this facility constructed overwhelms the scientific considerations that are absolutely necessary for the protection of one of the great delta systems in the world. >> in the past, members of congress have argued over whether washington should even have a say in california's water war. go to our website and click on web links. there you will get a look at the current water delivery system. we are learning more ab
. thunderstorms across much of the south from texas to florida. showers around chicago, des moines and the twin cities. flooding downpours in the four corners of the southwest. >>> warming up in the pacific northwest. 85 in portland. triple digits in phoenix. 90s from dallas to atlanta. mostly 80s from omaha over to new york. >>> and now to another major story this morning. six americans, service members, have been killed in a particularly violent day in eastern afghanistan. 16 civilians and five afghan policemen were also killed sunday. civilians included women and children. and secretary of state hillary clinton announced that nations have pledged $16 billion in civilian aid for afghanistan. but for the first time there is a string attached to the afghan government must reduce corruption to receive all that money. clinton also talked about the uprising in syria saying the regime's days are numbered. >>> a battle could be looming between president obama and lawmakers over tax cuts. later today the president will call for a one-year extension of the bush tax cuts for individuals making less tha
. >> 76 years. his little girls have stole the show the he has two twin daughters, myla rose, and that is his wife, a former tennis player, herself. i love he had a quote. he said as long as i wake up and she is next to me all its good. >> oh. it was good. murray played a great game. federer is just that good. >> seven. he won there seven times. >> tied sampras' record. there we are at the game doing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- mean season, the relentless summer heat wave is now to blame for nearly four dozen deaths. >>> and a powerful cold front causing at least one tornado overnight in virginia. it will bring relief, but at a major cost. it's monday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, i'm rob nelson. you may remember this woman to my left right here. >> i don't remember my name. is that a quiz. >> a test. >> a test to see how tired i am. >> coming back from vaca never easy. >> pam. peggy. >> peggy bunker. welcome back, peggy. it's bun a loeen a long time. >> i think i am paula faris. we'll get back to that o
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, clear skies on a san francisco but if you look way into the horizon, the twin peaks you can see the fog developing. it is going to make its way into the bay tonight and the north bay but it will not last that long. it should be cleared out by 10:00 a.m. sunday, upper 60s and san francisco by 10:00 a.m. with oakland, san mateo. and 90's in the 80s in concord. a bit of a decrease from today. it that warm weather will stick around monday, tuesday with fog on tuesday that will begin a cooling trend details on that coming up. >> the vice presidency is the second highest office but many politicians do not want to risk their career as the sidekick. a look back. and a publishing revolution by an adult themed park. 50 shades of gray is changing the way people read laces? really? slip-on's the way to go. more people do that, security would be like -- there's no charge for the bag. thanks. i know a quiet little place where we can get some work done. there's a three-prong plug. i have club passes. [ male announcer ] get the mileage card with special perks on united, like a free checked bag, united
pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> leaders of the catholic church in the south bay say the church has been burglarized three times in one week. thousands of dollars worth of musical instruments were stolen, and despite that, the parish gathered for mass today to make music and send a message to the community. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is at the church in east san jose with their story. hello, kimberly. >> reporter: hello, diane. nearly every musical instrument that this church has is gone. but the thieves couldn't take the parishioners' voices. and today this church was filled with music as father john pettigo asked his congregation to simply keep faith. thieves raided the music store's room on june 28th taking an estimated $16,000 worth of gear including guitars and amps. then on july 3rd after the church changed those locks, burglars struck again. on july 4th, everything else inside that room was taken including some old broken instruments. this is a huge los
with a boom! a boom of night lincoln. the twins and the rangers battling each other, and the weather here, sending players running not for the ball, but for cover. watch it again. an explosion of storms. one of the strongest in fredericksburg, virginia. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: in a building that looked like this, 14 competitive cheerleaders were practicing. that building is now a pile of rubble. >> ever been through anything like that? >> never. it was the scariest thing i've ever seen in my whole entire life ever. >> just think, we were doing handstands on friday. that's gone. >> reporter: what we didn't know was the cheer fusion team which has spent hours in this gym was stunned and panicked as the winds literally ripped apart the building. >> it was really scary, really loud, kidding were screaming everywhere. kids didn't know where their parents were. parents didn't know where the kids would be. >> reporter: they all ran to the back room, huddling together. trapped inside. with one of the dads, heath mullens, trying to get all the kids in. he didn't make it to the room. and was t
i went back to the twin cities and talked to the special agent in charge there, both said that the somali community had been cooperative in fbi investigations. and i think it was because of actually very good police work and very good work by the fbi in making sure that they earned the trust of the somali community there. my questions are to chief davis and to officer gale. both of you have served as law enforcement officers. how do you earn the trust of the diverse communities that you serve? some of which -- some of whom may be initially skeptical of the police? >> thank you, senator, and one stop at a time. one day at a time. one interaction at a time. i think when people -- i think we have to, one, acknowledge the history police have played. the role of law enforcement with regard to race in this country. we still have generations of people that remember the desegregation. we have generations of people that are still here that remember when the police were the enforcement tool and rule of law with regard to jim crow law and black code laws. we have to acknowledge we mi
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